CJA condemns death threats against journalist Nataša Božić Šarić

Croatian Journalists’ Association CJA) strongly condemns death threats and insults against our colleague Nataša Božić Šarić. After the show she regularly hosts on Sunday she received many insults and threats through social networks. Threats were reported to the police and CJA calls relevant institutions to immediately find perpetrators and punish them.


CJA condemns threats against journalists on account of their reports on Praljak’s suicide

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) condemns threats, including even death threats, against journalists and media on account of reporting on verdicts for six BH Croats and suicide of general Slobodan Praljak in the courtroom of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY.


CJA condemns verbal attack of Damir Krstičević, vice-president of the Croatian Government, against Dauenhauer, journalist

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) condemns verbal attack of Damir Krstičević, vice-president of the Croatian Government and Defense Minister, against Nenad Jarić Dauenhauer, portal journalist at yesterday's press conference.



CJA condemns HRT Management's attack against its journalist Aleksandar Stanković

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) condemns HRT Management's reaction related to the latest show „Sunday at 2“ of Aleksandar Stanković, its author and host. HRT published press release saying „Croatian Radio Television (HRT), highly regarding the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia and the Parliament Declaration on Homeland War, distance itself from standpoints expressed in the 'Saturday at 2' show at November 19. In the show Aleksandar Stanković, its host, repeatedly referred to the Homeland War as to 'civil war'.“


CJA condemns threats against freelancer Domagoj Margetić

Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) condemns repeated threats against freelancer Domagoj Margetić, especially frequent in last few days.


Police filed charges against policemen who attacked Drago Miljuš, journalist

Police filed charges against two policemen who attacked Drago Miljuš, journalist, at October 10, 2017, answered Davor Božinović, Minister of Interior, in his letter to the Parliament Committee for Information, Informatization and Media.


CJA after threats to Maja Sever: There is no political will to deal with attacks on journalists

Croatian Radio Television (HRT) journalist Maja Sever published at her Facebook threat she received, as she said, sent to her due to her yesterday's story about refugees. Croatian Journalists' Association (CJA) finds it to be just the latest episode of pressure against journalists in Croatia showing lack of political will to solve attacks against journalists.


Selection of non-Parliament members of the Parliament Media Committee is new attack on media freedom and mockery of Croatian citizens

Croatian Journalists’ Association (CJA) warns public that selection of non-Parliament members of the Parliament Committee for Information, Informatization and Media is new attack on media freedom and integrity of journalist profession in Croatia.


Policemen who attacked Drago Miljuš suspended

Two policemen, members of the Police Headquarter for Split and Dalmatia Special Forces, who on Tuesday physically attacked Drago Miljuš, journalist, violated duty code and will be suspended and taken under disciplinary measures. That was said in Ministry of the Interior answer to the Regional Platform for advocating media freedom and safety of journalists.


Croatian Journalists’ Association (CJA) condemns attempt of Ivica Vulić, Novska City Council president, to ban reporting from that institution of local administration

On Thursday, October 12, 2017, Novska City Council president asked journalist Zdravko Sever to leave the premises where City Council had its session. The reason, he claimed, was that the journalist did not have accreditation. But no journalist had it, as accreditations had never been issued for the Council sessions.


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